The protection of The Last Undeveloped Southern California Coastline and its secret spots is our vision. Imagine this; close yours eyes and you are driving from Santa Barbara, California all the way south to LA through San Diego to the boarder of Mexico and beyond. Along this route you will find one continuous urban sprawl. On the edge of this development in Santa Barbara, CA is a small 17 mile stretch of coastal agricultural land and a tiny portion of S. CA coastal wilderness that is called The Gaviota Coast. 17 miles of coastline is all that is left of open space on the coast in Southern California.
We will be filming on the very edge of urban sprawl that starts in Southern California known as the gateway to the Gaviota Coast or Naples. This is near Santa Barbara, CA. From this point where urban sprawl begins or ends depending on if you drive north or south there is a desolate beach near endangered monarch butterfly habitats, working agricultural farms, green rolling hills, ancient Chumash California Indian village sites and a pristine, reefs and isolated seal rookery. developers are planning to build 72 mansions, 72 guest houses, barns, and sanitation facilities. The coast is threatened by urban sprawl due to pressures of developers and if the California Coastal Commission approves this project next year, it will create an open door for urban sprawl to destroy all that is left of the last undeveloped stretch of our Southern Californian coastline. In my community, we want to stop the continuous development that is eating up all of wild California. Keep the coastline wild!
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Just wanted to let you know you can check out my adventures on my blog at http://mayajamal.blogspot.com/ Lots of dreams to dream and remember to follow them all... Maya
it snowed in the mountains at my home in Santa Barbara I knew it was
time to go to the snow. However, this spring was soooooo beautiful! How
could I leave home when it was this pretty outside my own… Continue
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